NYC Restaurants

Shoo Shoo



371 Broome Street
New York, NY, 10013
(646) 590-6800
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Cuisine: Mediterranean , Middle Eastern , Israeli

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Shoo Shoo, Hebrew for inviting and a bit mysterious, is bringing a fresh take on Mediterranean cuisine to NoLita while celebrating Tel Aviv's bohemian cafe culture. The result is a communal space with intentionally simple dishes and drinks in a chic, sophisticated setting. The 54-seat restaurant blends natural wood finishes and tiles in various shades of blue evoking the Mediterranean Sea. The menu also reflects the diverse culinary traditons of the Mediterranean. Signature dishes include ShookShooka, baked eggs topped with broiled housemade tahini and served with fresh tomatoes and olives sprinkled with za'atar; Idge, a fresh herb frittata topped with a fennel and cucumber salad; and Arayes, a pita sandwich stuffed with grilled beef and lamb and served with tahini, roasted tomatoes, hot peppers and sumac. Dessert brings Bay Leaf Panna Cotta infused with bay leaves and served with honey, mixed nuts and dried mint.

- Thomas Rafael


UPDATE: Shoo Shoo is now open for breakfast and lunch. Breakfast includes the Deep Purple Smoothie Bowl (Banana, mango, blueberry, raw tahini, cinnamon, maca, chia, dates, coconut, Himalayan salt, cacao nibs & almond milk), and the namesake Shoo Shoo Breakfast (two organic eggs any style, Israeli salad, smoked salmon, mezze & bread) alongside fresh juices, coffee, and tea. Lunch brings two new Mediterranean-inspired salads: a flavorful Kale Salad (squash, zucchini, goat cheese, date molasses, lemon & olive oil) and the Cauliflower Caesar (Cesar dressing, soft boiled egg & cauliflower crumbs) alongside many of Shoo Shoo’s signature dishes like the Middle Eastern Daal and Falafel Plate. 

Shoo Shoo will be open Tuesday - Friday from 8:00am - 12:00pm (breakfast) and 12:00pm - 4:00pm (lunch), and will reopen for dinner at 5:30pm.

- Shoo Shoo


Neighborhood: NoLita


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